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15 of odd numbered cycles. The United States entered World War II on December 7*, 1941 after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. This event has Neptune 363.67° from July 4*, 1776. The number 363.67 is on the time angle of 328.35° of cycle #9. If you take the difference between the 58° angle and the 328° angle, you get 270°, which means World War II is square to World War I in terms of the United States involvement. The Korean War has Neptune 382.2° from July 4 1776. This number is on the time angle of 50.4° of cycle #10. The Vietnam War has Nepmne 422.29° from July 4\ 1776, This is on the time angle of 230.8° of cycle #10. These two "Military Actions", i.e. Congress never formally declared war, are separated by 180° on the Square of Nine (230.8 50.4 =180.4). If we calculate, the current position of Neptune on March of 2001, we find that the planet is 492.27° from July 4\ 1776. This number is on an angle of 164.7° of cycle #11. The next number on the Square of Nine that will have a geometric relationship to both the Korean War and Vietnam War is 185.40°. This number is 135° to the Korean War and 45° to the Vietnam War. This time angle will be hit when Neptune is 497.32° from July 4", 1776. This happens on about June 29", 2003. If you will reread the section on Uranus, you will see that Uranus hits the 16.8° time angle on June 20 2003! This should be an important time period in U.S. History. I should also point out that Neptune was on the 0° cardinal time angle of cycle #10, when Franklin Delano Roosevelt died. Neptune was on the 181° (J.F.K opposite F.D.R) cardinal time angle of cycle #10, when John F. Kennedy was shot and killed. Neptune will hit this same 180° to 181° time location of cycle #11 between November 2 and December 31", 2002.
I do not want to give you the idea that Im forecasting the death of President George W. Bush or another war, but I do want you to see that these numbers and dates are related by the mathematics and cycle theory of the Square of Nine. I also wanted you to see that the Square of Nine has other applications than just trying to trade the stock and commodities markets. Ganns cycle theory is that history repeats! He says "Human nature does not change and that is the reason history repeats in the various cycles of time". Garui said that his forecasts were based on a Master Time Factor and a mathematical interpretation of the return of cycles. I also would like you to know that I did all this research in just a two day period. So once you become comfortable with the techniques, you will be able to work relatively fast. You will be rewarded for your efforts. www.Thehistorvchannel.com is a good site for historical events. Analyzing Markets When analyzing markets, always use the first trade date and the dates that extreme lows were reached, such as the all time low closing price of the security. Also examine each Bull Market campaign from the most recent Bear Market low from which the up trend originated. Treating that date as a new beginning. Measure the time periods in number of days, weeks, months or planetary longitude and fmd where these numbers are located on the Square of Nine. This process is called interpolation. Then look for repeating angles, such as the 122.5° angle in the New York Stock Exchange as measured by calendar days. Next, look for geometric relationships, such as the Opposition 180°, Square (90° & 270°) and Trine (120° & 240°) points to the time angles. Once this is done, you can determine what time angles are important in predicting fiiture turning
dates. The following rules outline the process and theory for making iuture predictions with the Square of Nine as a time calculator. Nine Rules for the Square of Nine (d) Determine the exact time angles of high and low closing prices through interpolarion. Measure time in Calendar days, weeks, months or planetary longitude. (2) One should expect ftiture price highs to occur on the same time angle as past price highs. One should expect future price lows to occur on the same time angle as past price lows. (3) When using rule #2, the cycle number immediately preceding the current cycle has the most weight. For example, if you are currently in cycle #24 on the Square of Nine, then look to see what happened in cycle #23 when applying rule #2. You must always know what cycle vou are currently in! (4) If you use the date of an extreme low closing price as your beginning point, then the 0° time angle will tend to give you future lows. In other words, if you take all the numbers that are on the 0° angle of the Square of Nine and add these values as time periods to your beginning date, you will be calculating dates in the future that will also tend to be lows. If you use an extreme high as your beginning point, reverse these rules. (5) If you use the date of an extreme low closing price as your beginning point, then the 180° time angle will tend to give you future highs. In other words, if you take all the numbers that are on the 180° angle of the Square of Nine and add these values as time periods to your beginning date, you will be
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